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How to Use Kief

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Kief is a concentrated form of cannabis that is quite potent. It looks like powder, but is actually tiny pieces of sticky, crystallized resin. Kief collects in the bottom of jars and grinders and can be used in a variety of ways: you can smoke kief, or ingest it, or even use it to make hash. Keep in mind that the potency will depend on the strain of marijuana the kief comes from as well as your personal tolerance level. Remember to follow all rules and regulations concerning marijuana possession, use, and consumption for your specific region.

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To use kief, sprinkle a little on top of your bud in a bowl or joint. If you want a stronger hit, smoke the kief on its own in a bowl, joint, or spliff. Alternatively, mix ¼ gram in a cup of tea or coffee if you’d prefer not to smoke your kief. You can also sprinkle it on top of your favorite dish. Another popular way to use kief is to press it into hash. To do this, fold your kief in a piece of parchment paper and place it on an ironing board. Cover it with a t-shirt or thin towel to stop the kief and paper from burning. Then, heat your iron to the lowest setting and iron the material for 3 seconds about 20 times. Check the kief every fifth time until it’s compact and no longer sticky. For more tips, including how to make kief butter for recipes like cookies or brownies, read on!

Kief is a concentrated form of cannabis that is quite potent. It looks like powder, but is actually tiny pieces of sticky, crystallized resin. Kief collects in the bottom of jars and grinders and can be used in a variety of ways: you can…